Monday, February 27, 2017

Untold Story Of Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli is one of the finest players in the history of Indian cricket who is also famous for vast achievements and awards, he has received.
Virat was born on November 5, 1988 into a Punjabi family in Delhi. His family consists his mother Mrs. Saroj Kohli, a housewife and two siblings, elder brother Vikash and elder sister Bhavna. According to his family, he started playing with the bat at the small age of 3 years and his father was suggested by neighbors that he should not waste time in playing gully cricket rather than he should go for a  professional academy where he will be able to give a direction to his talent and so he was trained in West Delhi cricket academy. Virat first played for Delhi in 2002 in under 15 match where he showed great performance by scoring highest runs for his team. Because of good performance, he was selected for Under 17 team.
In 2006, Virat Kohli was selected for Under 19 cricket team. He showed brilliant performance in both test and ODI matches against England which resulted in victory for India. In 2008, ICC Under 19 World Cup where Indian cricket team won under captaincy of Kohli. He was selected in IPL for RCB.
Star of Indian Cricket Team
The season after 2009 turned to be a proving point for both Kohli and India. He got regular chances at the No.3 slot in the ODI team and he made the position on his own with a string of consistent scores. He became the first Indian to score a century on World Cup debut when he smashed a ton against Bangladesh in India's first game of the 2011 World Cup.
Team India didn't enjoy a great year after the World Cup, but Kohli's career graph went upwards rapidly in the 2011-12 season. He made his test debut in West Indies in July 2011, but was dropped for the England Tests that followed after he had a poor debut series.
While his Test career might have had its ups and downs, his ODI graph only has one direction which is skywards.
Kohli bears a mature head on his youthful shoulders. Known to be quite an aggressive batsman, he has a sound technique that makes him judge the length of the ball sooner than generally others. He is similarly skilled against pace, spin and never looks ungainly at the crease. With the affection for utilizing his feet against the spinners, he is known to be quite destructive in case of temperament. Kohli has had high standards put on him from the minute he picked up a bat and has given signs that he is well while in transit to satisfying those forecasts.
Self Belief And Hard Work Will Always Earn You Success
Kohli's never ending thirst for runs continued into the 2016 World Twenty 20, he batted like a man possessed, playing critical thumps directly through the tournament. Unfortunately for him, Indian bowling failed at a pivotal time during the semi-final against West Indies, leaving Kohli with just the encouragement of being named as the 'Player of the tournament', for the second progressive Twenty20 World Cup.
Virat Kohli in 2017 is currently leading Indian team as in Captain in Test format and vice in ODI.
The one who had won ICC U-19 world cup title for his team has achieved a big number of awards in International career now for cricket and also received awards and achievements in other fields as well. He is currently one of the best batsmen in the cricket world.

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